Sunday, December 17, 2006

Adam B. and his weekly radio gig

Every Sunday at around 11:40 a.m., Adam Bernstein, deputy obituaries editor for The Washington Post, gets 10 minutes of radio airtime to talk about the lives of people who died during the previous week.

He gets his sixth-of-an-hour on Bob Levey's Sunday morning show, which is accessible via the Internet at Washington Post Radio.

This morning, Adam talked with Bob about Peter Boyle ("Young Frankenstein" and "Everybody Loves Raymond") and Ahmet Ertegun (Atlantic Records, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame).

Adam mentioned some things about these men that didn't make it into the published obits.

It was short, but sweet. Tune in next time.

1 comment:

RonNastie said...

I have been doing a weekly (or more) radio show/ podcast for about a year now doing almost the same thing, yet I do go into more detail.
My show is called The Final Taxi and it is on iTunes and you can also listen via www.wildvoice.com/ronnasty/posts